J and NJ had fun together this morning. As soon as I whipped out the camera they kind of forgot what they were doing, so this is all that I caught. Pay no attention to the mountain peaks of laundry in the background. Everything was promptly folded and put away as soon as I was done taking pictures.
P.s. I have a new blog. No kid pics, though. Yet.
Dirk and I got a kick out of these pictures that Josiah took of Naomi last night. Please do not notice the dust, fingerprints, and digital converter box that was never used. Just enjoy the sweet baby girl and her budding photographer brother.
Naomi is 10 months old today. Crazy!
One Saturday recently, we decided to pack a lunch and head out to Deussen Park nearby. Its a great park with lots of fun areas and tons of playgrounds scattered everywhere. They also have a little herd of Bison fenced in, so that is always fun. We rounded out the day by taking Josiah to go get a sno cone after his nap–perfect summer day! Here are a few pictures of our little family having fun together:
Against my better judgement, I let Josiah have control of the camera for about 10 or 15 minutes one morning. I figured whatever he took pictures of could be easily deleted, but as Dirk and I flipped through them we thought they were pretty hilarious. Here are a few highlights(note: I thought about explaining a few of them, but I think they are better without a caption):
Here are some highlights of the past week or so around here. There are a few pictures from Cousin Camp 09 mixed in. Cousin Camp is on its 4th(or is it 5th?) year. My aunt who lives in Bryan hosts a weekend for all the cousin kids to come visit, play, eat, craft, and swim together. It has become an established tradition, and everyone looks forward to the fun of it all. Today is my dad‘s birthday(happy birthday, dad!), and some of us went to Culvers to celebrate. The last picture is also from today. I couldnt resist posting up the fabulousness of it so make sure you click on it to get a better look. Yippeee!
I think if you know Dirk, you know he’s a great father. He love his kids and they love him back . I am so grateful for a man who does not shy away from changing diapers, giving baths, fixing meals, or playing hard as soon as he wakes up or walks through the door from work. We love him a lot, and his service to his family does not go unnoticed or unappreciated!
(The shirts Naomi and Josiah are wearing say, “Daddy’s lil cutie” and “Son of Superdad” respectively)